The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1968 · Page 2
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F«ur - Blythwllle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday. March », Mr. and Mrs. Judson J. Goodrich Vickers-Goodrich Vows Exchanged The marriage of Mrs. Irene Taylor Vickers, daughter of Mrs. Belle Taylor and the late A. C. Taylor «f Caruthersville, and Judson J. Goodrich, son of Daniel Goodrich and the late Mrs. Mary Goodrich, of Bragg City, was solemnized Friday March Sin the Community groom, presided at the guest book. building in Bragg City. Rev. Dale Rickman formed the ceremony. per- Mrs. Austin Curtis provided nupitial music. Vows were exchanged before an arched candelabra holding white tapers and tied with blue satin bows. Baskets of white gladioli and blue carnations, tied with blue satin bows, were on each side of the altar. Candlelighter was Miss Susan Taylor, niece of the bride of Dexter. She wore a dress of white lace over blue knit with bands of blue around the neck, sleeves and skirt. The bride was attired in a b 1 u e brocade s h i f.l with a matching full - length coat. The cont was styled with long sleeves and a mandarin collar. Her veil was attached to a blue rose. The bridal bouquet was a while orchid atop a white Bible. Mrs. Rabvivn Pritchard was bridesmaid. — Society News — Phyllii B«ed, Society Editor Ph. PO 3-4461 m its of News] oiliy pertonat \ Out - of - town guests attend ing were James McPelers and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goodrich and son, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sisson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ray McPeters and Jimmy McPeters, all 61 St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Inman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wayne Inman and children, all of Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jackson and children and Mrs. Robert Taylor and children all of Dexter; Mrs. Edith Taylor and Mrs. Agnes Seller, both of Pascola, Mrs. C. E. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Roby Duhn, Mr. and Mrs. Hooper Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Taylor, Mrs. Pearl Cain and Mrs. Llllie Coble, all of Caruthersville. Mrs. Afflick Hostess To Kibitzer Club Kibitzer Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Charles Afflick Jr. '."""" Mrs. Rupert M. Craflon and Mrs. Bill Bracey were guests. Mrs. Johnny White and Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr. tied for high in bridge. Hostess for next week meeting will be Mrs. Harry A Haines. lli Mr. and Mrs, C. M. Smart Jr., and sons, Clifton and John David, are to arrive here today to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart. Ginger Harpole has arrived home from the University of Arkansas to spend the spring break with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole. Miss Harpole was recently initiated into Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary fraternity for freshmen women. Requirement is a 3.5 grade point. Capt. Ben W. Harpole III of Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., will arrive today to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harpole. Nina Burge of Fayetteville, Ark., is spending the spring holiday with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burge, and family. Mike O'Keefe arrived last night from the University of Arkansas to spend the spring break with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe. The choral department of Gosnell High School was repre- ented at the Northeast Arkanas Large Group Festival in Jonesboro, Friday by two choirs otaling 78 students. The two choirs both received superior ratings in the contest under the direction of Mrs. C. A. Smart. The mixed choir is made up of juniors and seniors, with a ew sophomores. The girls chorus includes all girls in the high school choral E.H.C Meeting Notes She wore a three - piece double-knit suit with white accessories and a w h i t e orchid corsage. Jlaburn Pritchard served Mr. Goodrich as best man. "•A reception was held immediately following the ceremony. '•She bride's table was covered witli a white cloth with wedding bells around the edge. Focal point of the table was the" three-tiered cake, lopped with a miniature bride, groom and minister. Tiers of the cake were encrusted with blue sugar roses. Branched candelabra were at either end of the table and punch was served from a crystal punch service. Mrs. J.W. Kinder and M r s. Kenneth Inman were in charge . . of serving and Miss Patricia i used as a sauce for pork or Inman, of Kennett, niece of the [broiled chicken. Yarbro Extension Homemakers Club met recently in the home of Mrs. Neta Bunch. Mrs. Lorene Baker was guest of the club. The devotional was given by Mrs. Mildred Ramey. Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave a re nort. The group discussed the Yar bro Water system. It was voted on and passed. Mrs. Bugg will be hostess Ag ril 9 for a workshop tneetih at which time bandages will b made for the cancer program Gosnell High School Choir Attends Festival in Jonesboro program. The thirty two groups regis tered in the contest were judged on their musicianship by a pan el of three judges. They also participated in a sight reading test. The superior rating qualifies both groups to go to the State Choral Festival in Hot Springs next month. The girls' ensemble, the Key notes, won a superior in the Small Group Festival earlier this month and will also participate in the state festival. Family Service Awards Coffee Is Held Recently The Family Services Awards Hottee was held recently a' Kingsley Hall service club. The Family Services coordinator, Mrs. William Mis, called the meeting to order and introduced Maj. Raymond R. Hebert, chief, personnel services, 1st Lt. Gary A. Morris, chief, personnel affairs, Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Lee W. Backman, and Mrs. Eugene D. Minietta. Mrs. Merlin Purvey was chosen the Volunteer of the Years. Major Hebert presented Mrs. Purvey with a trophy for her volunteer services. Major Hebert presented certificates of appreciation to Mrs, Marvin Lynch, Mrs. William Blarney, Mrs. Vincent LaTart Mrs. Donnie J. Crawford and Mrs. Jim Alexander. Lieutenant . Morris awarded the nine year stripe to Mrs Blarney and a six year stripe to: Mrs. Charles .Binyon. Two-year stripes .were awarded to Mrs. Minietta and Mrs. Bill Faulkenberg. One-year stripes were awarded to Mrs. Raymond Hebert, Mrs. John Williamson, Mrs. William Page, Mrs. George Wilson, Mrs. Frank Griggs and Mrs. Edwin Keuter. Mrs. John Rupp was awarded the 550 hour guard and Mrs. Hollis had earned the 250 hour guard. The 100 hour guard went to Mrs. Phillip Paulk, Mrs. Maxey McCormick, Mrs. Robert Weid- mnd, Mrs. Leslie King and Mrs. Jessie Frye. Miss Renfro Is Wed Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Renfro of .Piano String Corp. in Des Blytheville, announce the March i -marriage of their daughter, lame, to :Donnie J. Crawford of Des Plaines, 111. ' Mrs. Crawford was a member of the 1966 graduating class )f Blytheville High School and .is now employed by Schaff Researcher Say Shapes Of Legs Determines Intelligence 65th MMS Wives Host to Potluck Supper The wives of the men of 65th Munitions Maintenance Squad They were supported by Mrs Jesse C. Frye Jr., wife of the Mrs. Harpole . Hosts Club Mrs. Ben Harpole was hostess yesterday for a dessert bridge for Friday Bridge Club. Mrs. Albert Taylor was a guest. Mrs. Harpole won high, Mrs. Blan Heath won second and Mrs. Bob Warren won bridgo. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater will be hostess for next week's meeting. PTA Reports Fairview Parent-Teacher Association met March 20 with Mrs. Finis Hardy presiding. Pledge of Allegiance was led by Girl Scout Troop 91, Mrs. Joe Finch gave the devotional. The guest speaker was Mrs. Richardson, school nurse. She spoke on mental health. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Mrs. Gene Brown gave the jresident's message. It was announced that a study course would be held April 3 at the First National Bank. Room count was won by Mrs. Katz and Mrs. Green. Fifth grade mothers were hostesses. A little leftover red wine may be heated with currant jelly and Highway 61 South Blyrhevillc, Ark. • SATURDAY •SUNDAY 2 BIG FEATURES PLUS CARTOON ^Admission $1—All Children Under 12 Fre« If Accompanied by Parents. "During MARCH the Storvuc will be open OT '«nly on Friday • Saturday - and Sunday. APRIL lit OPEN FULL TIME. Remember r-ay Your Paper Boy ron held an informal pottuck supper for all the men of the squadron Monday night at Kingsley Hall service club. The project was spear-headed by Mrs. Earle.W. Halstead and- Mrs. Charles Massey, wives' of two section supervisors. squadron commander. "All the wives in the squadron socialize together, Mrs. Halstead said. "It. is a small gesture to include the single men and make them feel at home," Approximately 40 people attended the carry-in supper. Mrs. Odom Receives Certificate at Meeting Fifteen employees of the Blytheville School Lunch program attended .the annual meeting of the Arkansas School Food Service Association last Saturday in Little Rock. part course at the University of Arkansas in 1967 on school lunch management. The certificates are for following the recomeridatiohs o: Mrs. Dorothy Odom was pre-jthe American School Food Ser sented a certificate along with I vice Association and' its' pro approximately 35 others from the state. The certificate from the State Board of Education, gave personal recognition for reaching the goal ef completing a three- gram for upgrading the quality of school lunch management in the United States. It .was approved and signet by A. W. Ford, state commis sioner of education. Plaines. Mr. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawford of Matewan W. V. attended Magnola High School in Matewan is now employed at Thompson Industries in Des Plaines. The couple are making their home in Des Plaines. NEW YORK (AP) — American women apparently don't think a beautiful brain and lovely limbs go together—even if a British researcher does say the more intelligent the girl, the shapelier the legs. "Insane," said one woman about the suggestion. "Perfectly ridiculous," agreed another. "A much rather have someone look at my mind when they want to judge it and look at my legs when they want to judge them. Mixing the two seems an extraordinarily complicated way of finding out what is so appar- Coming Eimts Monday Gosnell Extension Homemak ers Club Christ Methodist W.S.C.S. Komemr...ars Extension Horn* makers Club First Christian Church Men'i Fellowship meeting. .First Christian Church General CWF Luncheon and Program Beacon Baptist W.M.A. American Legion Auxiliary Rebekah Lodge 18 T o p s Razorback Trimettes Club Dell Baptist W.M.U. Joy Rebekah Lodge 57 ' Tuesday Orpheus Music Club Parkside Gajden Club Dell Kiwanis Glub Officers' Wives' Club Newcomers' Coffee Mary Martha Sunday School class of Memorial Baptist Church Eastern Star Chapter 2 7 9, Order of ;the Eastern Star Business and Professional Women's Club Tuesday Dessert Bridge Club Tuesday Bridge Club Contract Club Blytheville Country Club Ladies Golf Association Kickoff Luncheon, 12:30 Wednesday Clear Lake Baptist W.M.U. LangePTA Great Books Club Town and Country Extension Homemakers Club Wednesday Bridge Club : Armorel Baptist W.M.U.: Down One bridge Club Chapter D. P.E.O. Thursday Lutheran Women's Missionary League Altrusa Club of Boytheville Blytheville Jaycettes in Jaycee Clubroom Duplicate Bridge League Sand's Motel Thursday Club Kibitzer Club Friday , Friday Bridge Club Saturday Duplicate Bridge ent." Mrs. George Sanders, a state senator from Denver, said Dr. Sand's Motel League bunch of baloney;" concluded &• Scope's idea was "perfectly ri- third;. ' 'Idiculous," and added, "I've The suggestion came from Dr. j known beautiful girls with beau- Elizabeth Coope as she talked about her plan to photograph 1,000 pairs of female legs, to try to prove that a girl's personality and background are revealed by the-shape .of her stems. The remark was greeted with disbelief by Helen Gurley Brown, author of "Sex and the Single Girl." "I think girls with unattractive legs are frequently tiful legs who weren't intelligent at all." Plugging for brainy beauties was Mrs. Jane Byrne, Chicago's newly appointed commissioner of consumer sales, weights and measures, "I'm for that if it turns out to be true," she said of the idea. "I like to believe that a woman can be attractive, including nice smart because they use their [legs, and still have a brain.' brains, to call attention awayi from their legs," she said. J In the minority, taking a I wait-and-see attitude, was modeling director Eileen Ford. "If it's true," she said, "it will be reassuring for a lot of men who have been judging women by the shape of their legs for years and years." Most, women, 'however, felt there was no relation between gray matter and gams. "It's a bunch of baloney," said Mary Ellen Myrene, a single girl from Seattle. "I would League Will Not Meet Duplicate Bridge League will not meet this weekend or next weekend due to the Memphis Bridge Tournament. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! ••••••••t•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••*••••••••••••••*£ 2 pcs. CHICKEN j BATTERED FRENCH FRIES AND ROLL (CARRYOUT OR TABLE SERVICE) • •»••••••••••••••••••••••»•••*•••••••*••••••'•*•••*•** TRY OUR NEW SERVICE! bur Menu Has Shrimp, Steaks, Sandwiches, Soups and Desserts. We Appreciate Your Business! The Chicken House IN THE PLAZA — PHONE PO 3-8705 Club Meets Wednesday Great Books Club will meet Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr. Mrs. Oliver W. Coppedge Jr. will be in charge of the lectur* "Inquiry Concerning the Nature of Human Understanding." Bridge Clgb Has Meeting Mrs. Byron Morse was host. ess Thursday far Thursday Bridge Club. Mrs. John Cherry and Mrs. R. H. Kirby were winners. Mrs. W. B. Tanner will be hostess for next weeks meeting. Your Friendly Theatre OSCEOLA LAST TIME TODAY "THE AMBUSHERS" with Dean Martin Sun. • Mon. •Tins, and • Wed. CLINT EASTWOOD "THE GOOD. THE BAD THE, UGIY> LEEVANCLEEF "ELIWALLACH DURING WINTER MONTHS, Matinees will start at 1:10 p.™MONDAYS THRU THURSDAYS (exceptions: National Holidays & Advance Admission Prices.) Special AdiiH Pikes 1 to 4 p.m. "i5c — Children 35c. Mon. thru Thurs. After 4 p.m. Regular admission OOc & 35«. Miflay, Saturday & Sunday, Show continuous from 2 p.m. 90c *' 3**. LAST TIME TODAY "POINT BLANK" — with Lee Marvin "•• and Angle Dickinson (A) . •--;,.. . SUN MON. (GA) TUES. Police want him dead... Irwomen want him alive! GEORGE HAMILTON £ COMING SOON TO TH£ RITZ BALLAD OP JOSIE - with Dorlt l»w * »et« BERSERK - With Jo«n Crawford * *y Hurtto Lt. ROBINSON CRUSOE - WHfc Dkk Vn Dyke . THE HAPPIST MILLIONAIRE - With Fnt ENTER LAUGHING - With Shelley Wlnten

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